Motor & Gear Engineering, INC.
Motor & Gear Engineering specializes in the manufacture, design and engineering of gear sets and gearboxes, custom machinery; sales and service of all types of electric motors, motor drives and generator sets. We perform reconditioning, repairs and rebuilds of gearboxes and electric motors. Our services include machine design for automation, custom automation equipment, robotics, and CNC turning and milling. We also offer consulting and general machine shop services. Motor & Gear Engineering is a UL Approved Repair Center.
Our Mission is to provide our customers that rely on motor, gear & hydraulic systems with reliable startup & repair applications to ensure continuous production operations. From initial project design through solving emergency issues, you can rely on Motor and Gear to keep you up and running. We are known for our innovative design and creative solutions in the field. We provide unsurpassed quality and customer service including 24/7 service support for breakdowns. And our preventative maintenance programs are structured to significantly reduce downtime for our customers.
Innovation and design techniques have given way to a unique approach of providing high-quality, rapid turnaround of small quantity custom gearing and to help provide solutions for industrial problems resulting from long lead times or obsolete parts from manufacturers.
As a Master Distributor for Siemens/Flender and other manufacturers we offer a wide selection of the new equipment you need to keep your production up and running. And our staff of Professional Engineers provide in-house design and certification of gearing layouts.
For over 30 years, the Motor & Gear Machine Shop has been serving the Food & Beverage Manufacturing & Handling industries and the Plastics, Printing, Utility Gas Line, Paper, Chemical, Water and Equipment Manufacturing industries.
The gearbox and other related motors are the most important parts of a machine. To maintain high output and reliable service, these parts should be serviced. Regular servicing will allow the technicians to keep an eye out for components that are wearing or aging at a higher rate.